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Sentences with audio (total 807,271)

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That's the reason I left Australia.
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Tom still has a house in Australia.
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The forest was quiet then.
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Tom says he doesn't like Australia.
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Tom said Mary was in Australia now.
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Tom said Australia is a nice place.
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I live with my mother and father.
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Tom owns a house in Australia, too.
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Tom needed to go back to Australia.
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Tom moved to Australia last winter.
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Tom may go to Australia next month.
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Tom married a woman from Australia.
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Tom lives in Australia, doesn't he?
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Tom is going to Australia tomorrow.
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Tom is a gifted composer, isn't he?
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Tom is a gifted musician, isn't he?
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Tom is a good babysitter, isn't he?
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Tom is a good songwriter, isn't he?
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Tom is a history teacher, isn't he?
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Tom is a little confused, isn't he?
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Tom always makes the same mistakes.
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Tom thought Mary looked very tired.
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Tom thought it must be hot outside.
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Tom knows I went surfing yesterday.
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Tom knows that he's in trouble now.
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Tom knows that it's more than that.
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Tom knows that this isn't any good.
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Tom has gone to Australia to teach.
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Tom has decided to go to Australia.
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Tom has already moved to Australia.
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Tom has already left for Australia.
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Tom didn't want to leave Australia.
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Tom didn't want to be in Australia.
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Tom and Mary are both in Australia.
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Both Tom and Mary are in Australia.
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Tom could be in prison a long time.
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I knew that Tom would like it here.
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I knew that Tom would want to sing.
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I knew that Tom wouldn't back down.
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I knew that Tom wouldn't be afraid.
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I knew that Tom wouldn't come back.
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I knew that Tom wouldn't help Mary.
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I knew that Tom wouldn't lie to us.
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I knew that Tom wouldn't like Mary.
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I thought Tom had done that for us.
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I thought Tom was going to kill me.
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I thought Tom wasn't likely to win.
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It isn't quite as bad as it sounds.
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It isn't safe at night around here.
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That's not supposed to happen here.
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That isn't supposed to happen here.
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It isn't much of a surprise, is it?
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It isn't like you to cry at movies.
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It isn't like we're doing anything.
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It isn't like we made up the rules.
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It isn't like Tom is going to know.
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It isn't important what my name is.
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It isn't going to be that much fun.
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It isn't easy sharing your secrets.
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It isn't difficult to learn French.
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It isn't as hot here as I expected.
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It isn't an unintended consequence.
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It isn't Tom's fault that happened.
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Tom is a retired teacher, isn't he?
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Tom is going to be here by evening.
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Tom is a science teacher, isn't he?
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Tom is going to be here right away.
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Tom is a songwriter, too, isn't he?
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Tom is going to call me around six.
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Tom is a stubborn person, isn't he?
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Tom is going to call you every day.
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Now I know the reason Tom hates me.
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They say that that drug isn't safe.
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I asked Tom why he liked Australia.
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How often does Tom go to Australia?
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Even Tom went to Australia with us.
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Do you want Tom to go to Australia?
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Do you know why Tom left Australia?
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Did Tom go to Australia in October?
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Did Tom come to Australia with you?
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Ask Tom if he'll stay in Australia.
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Tom is a talented artist, isn't he?
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Tom is going to come back tomorrow.
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Tom is going to cry if Mary leaves.
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Tom is a very bad driver, isn't he?
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Tom is now looking for another job.
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Tom is a very clumsy guy, isn't he?
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Tom wasn't surprised Mary was late.
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Tom was surprised Mary ate so much.
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Tom was surprised it was that late.
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It isn't polite to laugh at others.
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It isn't easy to solve the problem.
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It isn't too late to call this off.
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It isn't the same here without you.
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It isn't something that I can miss.
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It isn't polite to stare at others.
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I doubt that Tom will stick around.
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I doubt that Tom will go to Boston.
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I doubt that Tom will ever do that.
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I doubt that Tom will be the first.